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As The Truth In The Spirit observes the Biblical Feasts, we welcome YOU to join us. This year Yom Teruah (aka Rosh Hashanah) will be from sundown Sept. 6th to sundown Sept. 7th, and our online service will be on Sept. 7th at 12noon EDT. Yom Kippur will be from sundown Sept. 15th to sundown Sept. 16th, and our online service will be on Sept. 16th at 4pm EDT. The 10 days from Yom Teruah to Yom Kippur are known as the 10 Days of Awe.
We have joined with the 10 Days of Prayer, as the city leader for Newport News, to guide God's people in consecration, prayer and worship throughout the 10 Days of Awe. To receive our email blasts with prayer points and Scriptures on all 10 days, click the button below. To join us for online prayer gatherings, click next to the prayer gathering in the next section. You can RSVP for our online Feast Day Services below that to join us on Zoom.
10 Days of Prayer Online Gatherings
9/7/21 12noon-2pm EDT Yom Teruah Online Service On Zoom (so you can share) See below
9/10/21 5-6pm EDT Online Prayer for the USA On Zoom (so you can share) Click here to RSVP
9/11/21 3-5pm EDT Coffeehouse Peace Talks On Zoom (so you can share) Click here to RSVP
Note on this Coffeehouse Peace Talks: On the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 and during the 10 Days of Awe, we will talk and pray about the topic “Peacekeeper or Peacemaker."
9/16/21 4-7:15pm EDT Yom Kippur Online Service On Zoom (so you can share) See below
Yom Teruah Feast Day Service on Tuesday, September 7th at 12noon EDT online
Yom Teruah is also called Rosh Hashanah. This year it begins at sundown on Sept. 6th and ends at sundown on Sept. 7th. It is the day for sounding the shofar, which announces the coming King, scatters the enemy and awakens God's people to our purposes. Yom Teruah will be fulfilled when Messiah returns according to 1 Thessalonians 4:16-17. It also begins the 10 Days of Awe, a time set a part for prayer, reflection and repentance.
Yom Kippur Feast Day Service on Thursday, September 16th at 4pm EDT online
(This online gathering will following an Immersion at the Yorktown Beach in Yorktown, VA at 12 noon EDT the same day--9/16. Our Yom Kippur Immersion is in conjunction with Congregation Zion's Sake, and it is free and open to all. Please practice social distancing, wear dark clothes and bring a towel and change of clothes if you join us for the Immersion.)
Yom Kippur is also called the Day of Atonement. This year, it begins at sundown Sept. 15th and ends at sundown on Sept. 16th. The Lord requires a complete fast and doing absolutely no work on this day (Lev. 23:26-32). It is the day on which God either purges us of our sins or purges us from His Book of Life, as no sin can glory in His Presence. Yom Kippur will be fulfilled on Judgment Day, as we see it in Revelation 20:11-15. As believers in Messiah Yeshua (Jesus Christ), we must focus on praying for the lost and our nation on Yom Kippur, as this is the day that God set apart to deliver entire nations from sin. It is in fact the Biblical National Day of Prayer!
Complete the form below to RSVP for our online Yom Teruah and Yom Kippur Feast Day Services. Save the email you receive, so that you can click the links to join us for these gatherings.
Sukkot Feast Day Services on 9/21, 9/25 and 9/28
This year, Sukkot (aka the Feast of Tabernacles) is from sundown, Sept. 20th to sundown Sept. 28th. During Sukkot, we will host 3 online worship gatherings in accordance with Biblical requirements. To join us for our online Sukkot gatherings or learn more, click the button below.
Watch this video to learn more about the significance of these Fall Biblical Feasts, but remember this was recorded in 2020. See above for the dates of the Fall Biblical Feasts this year.